What will change for you in 2021

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Taxes that are disappearing

“Lets start with the good news. This year three taxes will disappear.

The first of these is the end of the annual fine of € 160 for vehicles over 190 g / km.

It is also the end of the tax on used vehicles between 10 and 15 tax cv.

Finally, news that many collectors will like, the disappearance of the tax on more than 36 tax resumes.

This tax, which was € 500 per tax horse, could reach an upper limit of € 8,000 ”, explains Maître Le Dall.

Seven new EPZs will be added this year. These “low-emission zones” are increasing and can have serious consequences for motorists.

Taxes go up

“Those who say good news usually say less good news. We are obviously thinking of tightening the ecological penalty for buying new cars.

First, the threshold for triggering the penalty is further reduced by 5 g, starting at 133 g CO2.

Second, this fine can now increase gram for gram up to 30,000 euros. “Master Le Dall warns.

Me Jean Baptiste Le Dall / Photo Amélie Marzouk

Traffic restrictions

“This year there will be seven new EPZs. These “low-emission zones” are increasing and can have serious consequences for motorists.

Depending on the year of your vehicle and whether it runs on gasoline or diesel, you may no longer be allowed to drive in these cities.

We are talking about Aix-Marseille, Montpellier, Nice, Rouen, Strasbourg, Toulon or even Toulouse. For example, from January 1, 2021, CritAir 3 utilities and heavy vehicles will be banned in Lyon.

On June 1, 2021, the metropolis of Greater Paris will take action against CritAir 4. “Reminds our lawyer.

The other changes

“We can also talk about the obligation to install winter tires in 48 departments from November 1, 2021.

Be careful when parking! The novelty lies in the time when your car can be sold without your knowledge.

This period is reduced to ten days. If your vehicle is between 15 and 30 years old, the pound can sell it. “Warns Master Le Dall.